MEDALS TO 1918.

Military General Service Medal  Busaco / Albuhera / Nivelle / Nive / Orthes / Toulouse A. MEALEY, 39TH FOOT.  £2500

Copy papers. Andrew Mealey was born in Rapohe, Donegal in 1786. He joined the Donegal Militia in 1803 and enlisted into the 39th (Dorsetshire) Foot in May 1809. He was discharged in January 1825, suffering from asthma and rheumatism. His conduct had been good. Medal and clasps confirmed on medal roll. The Athlone Sentinel, 27 August 1841 reports that "Andrew Mealey" has been elected "a letter-carrier or this town to the Government."

Punjab Medal  Goojerat  
JOHN MURRAY, 10TH FOOT.   £430

Copy research. John Murray is confirmed on medal roll as No. 2512 and that he joined the regiment in February 1849. The Indian Mutiny medal roll confirms that No. 2512 John Murray also received the Indian Mutiny Medal with clasp Lucknow.


A Meda

Private Thomas Deane
60th Rifles

South Afica Medal 1853   THOS DEANE, 2ND BN 60TH RIFLES.  £495
Copy research. Thomas Deane was from Dundalk and served in Jamaica, Canada, Cape of Good Hope and the East Indies.
This was his only medal.

Private Harry Waldron
Rifle Brigade
India Service Medal 1895 Punjab Frontier 1897-98